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Antitrust investigations: Staying ahead of rapid developments in investigation techniques – how to mitigate risk

Ninette Dodoo et al., Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Global antitrust 10 key themes - 2017

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As the nature and scope of global antitrust investigations continue to develop and expand, companies need to keep abreast of and anticipate issues they may face when under investigation. A combination of increasingly active agencies and sophisticated investigative techniques has seen changes in approach to a number of issues, including the types of media that agencies may want to access, legal professional privilege, data protection and even the types of conduct treated as cartels.

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